Corlytics opens summer internship programmePublished on 20th February 2018
Corlytics, world leader in determining regulatory risk impact, has launched its 2018 summer internship programme. The paid internship in its Dublin headquarters, is now open for applications. The internship is designed to inspire, encourage and support a new generation. Positions are available for those studying any discipline but might be of particular interest to those studying law, economics, finance, politics or languages.
SUMMER INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE
Interns will work alongside industry experts on live regtech projects. They will be offered networking opportunities, a dedicated line manager, company fun days and meaningful work experiences to help them become qualified applicants for future job openings.
GOALS OF CORLYTICS’ SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
Corlytics has designed the programme to provide professional career development opportunities for undergraduates, postgraduates and graduates, helping them gain hands-on work experience.
The programme provides a real life understanding of the future of regtech. Interns will receive insight into how Corlytics’ solutions help global regulators and financial institutions to determine their regulatory risk position. John Byrne, CEO comments, “Many of our team members started out as interns. We pride ourselves on being nimble and innovative. Our diverse culture brings together leading data scientists, seasoned technologists, proven banking risk practitioners and expert lawyers. Together we measure, predict and calculate regulatory outcomes and impact. Empowering financial institutions across the globe to make transformational, positive choices.” Ross Power, legal & regulatory analyst added,
“I joined Corlytics in 2017. Given the complexity of the work we do, what stands out to me most is the sense of calmness and support we receive. We are all supported from every team and individual in the company.”
HOW TO APPLY The flexible eight-week paid internship will run from June to July. To qualify, applicants must have the right to work in Ireland. Apply via the online application form and upload a CV on Corlytics’ website, by Friday 30th March.